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The Tender Bar - Book Review
JR Moehringer´s simple words drew me into the pages, as if through the door of that Tender Bar.
The Ginger Man - A Book Review
J.P. Donleavy is brilliant. This picaresque novel, written in a modified style of stream of consciousness, is constantly moving, giving the reader little time to ponder a moral or ethical dissection of Dangerfield's antics.
Nippon Craft Beer Festival & Toshi Ishii Honor Michael Jackson
The Nippon Craft Beer Festival 2007 was held in Tokyo on September 30, 2007 – the day of the worldwide Toast to Michael Jackson, who passed from our beer world one month earlier.
Simplified Chemistry for Brewers - Brew Chem 101
Chemistry Class is one of my enduring memories from those youthful days of secondary school education. We sat at long tables of age-darkened oak, rather than at gnarly desks. One thing we knew: Miss Reactor was a mis-reactor.
Français Cherries & Cream Pie Recipe
The Beer Fox calls this “a melt-in-your-mouth cream cheese creation, enhanced with a delectable touch of delicate cherries."
Charlottetown Potato Pot Recipe
Potatoes are deeply connected with the Maritime Provinces, and this hearty potato side dish is filled with variety, vitamins and island flavor.
Wedding Band Inscriptions for Beer Lovers
In the USA, wedding rings often include a touching inscription on the inside, as a profession of love. For beer lovers, it seems fitting that this “touching inscription” would be the name of your favorite beer, one that succinctly sums up the tone of your relationship.
Good Beer Head
Good head enchants. It teases the eyes, inviting the curious to explore the unknown. The texture of head varies as much as the stars in the sky. Head can be rocky and voluminous, billowing up above the edge of the glass, or smooth and creamy, made of tightly knit bubbles.
Are You Safe to Drink and Drive ?
It’s not easy facing the extra expense or “holding time” required to make a rational decision about alcohol. With impaired judgment as one of the first signs of intoxication, it is not surprising that so many people reach beyond the law into the realm of unacknowledged intoxication.
Bizarre Beer Tales
Every so often, bizarre stories about man and nature come across my desk, and they usually have some strange connection to beer.
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